Plaque dedication for terrorist Maher Younis. (PMW)

In the latest example of Palestinians promoting death and destruction, they named a city square after terrorist Maher Younis.

Palestinian culture places murderers and terrorists on a pedestal, worshiping them as role models.

The Palestinians have named 31 schools after terrorists, as well as town squares, sports events and even playgrounds.

In their latest heinous display of death-worship, the Palestinians named a square in Tulkarem after Maher Younes, a terrorist who murdered IDF soldier Avraham Bromberg in 1980.

“We are proud of this great man, this fighter, this leader, and raise our heads because of this man,” Tulkarem District Governor Issam Abu Bakr boasted.